Dr. Doug Floccare is an Emergency Physician with a special commitment to prehospital care. As the Air Medical Director for the state of Maryland, he provides medical direction for the Maryland State Police Flight Paramedics who staff the state’s seven medevac helicopter bases. He has a strong interest in emergency airway management, resuscitation of shock, treatment of traumatic brain injury, and systems of care.
Education and training
SUNY at Buffalo, BA , Biology, 1980.
SUNY at Buffalo School of Medicine, MD with Honors, 1984.
Case Western Reserve University Hospitals of Cleveland, Internship in General Surgery, 1984-85.
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Residency in Emergency Medicine, 1985-87.
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Chief Resident in Emergency Medicine, 1986-87.
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Emergency Medicine Foundation Fellowship in Clinical Research Methodology, 1987-88.
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Assistant Chief of Service, Emergency Medicine, 1988-89.
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Hygiene, MPH, 1989.